The Carabao cup competition is already in the fourth round and teams have been drawn against each other for the fourth round fixtures.
In the previous seasons of the cup competition there have been debate or argument on increasing the number of Substitutions during the game. Some are of the opinion of increase in the number of Substitutions while others want the competition to maintain the three substitutions that have been in use for decades now.
According to Sky sports, The organizers of the competition, have confirmed that there will be five substitutions in the remaining games of this season's competition.
With this development, teams still in the competition will now be allowed to make as much as five substitutions in a single Carabao cup game this season.
It is unclear at the moment if the new rule will be applied in the competition next season.
This is certainly a good development for the remaining teams in the cup competition.
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